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It's all in the palm of your hand...

At this year's CeBIT in Hannover, PCS is exhibiting Galaxy Gate, a new secure authentication system that uses palm vein biometrics.

02 Mär. 2015
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If you want to spend some of your time at CeBIT 2015 in Hannover finding out more about the impressive-sounding jargon used to describe innovative developments, then it's well worth dropping by the stand run by PCS Systemtechnik GmbH. For the first time, the company will be showcasing the new Galaxy Gate, a secure authentication system that uses palm vein biometrics.

Developed by PCS in collaboration with Wanzl GmbH, Galaxy Gate provides authentication using the ultra-secure access reader INTUS PS, which is based on biometric palm vein recognition. As INTUS PS is a contactless system, it ensures the very highest standards of hygiene, even with a large number of users. The process is so quick, you barely have to break your stride. All this makes Galaxy Gate the perfect authentication solution for all access points with high footfall and maximum security requirements. It’s ideal for premises such as public institutions, office buildings, airports, secure baggage handling areas, exhibition centers, museums and many more.

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